Installing Your Instant Hot Water Dispenser
Note: Important installation safety information is provided in the InSinkErator® Instant Hot Water Dispenser Installation, Care and Use manual. Before attempting to install an InSinkErator Instant Hot Water Dispenser, first read and understand the entire safety and installation instructions.
For your convenience, InSinkErator installation instructions have been provided on our mobile site. Before attempting to install an InSinkErator Instant Hot Water Dispenser, first read and understand the entire safety and installation instructions.
- Cordless Drill
- Phillips and Flat Head Screwdrivers
- Adjustable Wrench
- Utility Knife
- Tube Bender
- Tube Cutter
- Pan to Catch Drips
- Cord Ties or Wraps for Tubing, Cabling
An instant hot water dispenser, like any water heater, has a limited life and will eventually fail. To avoid possible property damage and personal injury, this instant hot water dispenser should be regularly examined for leakage and/or corrosion and replaced when necessary. A drain pan, plumbed to an appropriate drain or outfitted with a leak detector, should be used in those applications where any leakage could cause property damage. To check for corrosion, examine the appearance of the dispensed water in a clear glass once every three (3) months. If there is any discoloration or rusty appearance, unplug and drain unit as described in the Seasonal Storage/Drainage section of the Owner’s Manual. If the water discoloration remains after draining and refilling unit, discontinue use and contact an authorized InSinkErator service agent.